URL Union

URL Union is a desktop software application for storing and publishing URLs (aka bookmarks).

URL Union was written with the following design goals in mind.

  1. One set of bookmarks for all browsers and all devices. URL Union can publish your URLs in a variety of convenient HTML formats that allow you to view and use your URLs from any Web browser, including those found on an iPad, iPhone or other mobile device.

  2. Storing URLs in HTML. It just seems perverse to me to store URLs in a proprietary, binary format, since HTML is the native, natural language for such links. URL Union stores its bookmarks in an HTML file that can be easily read by any text editor, and any Web browser.

  3. Supporting both tags and folders. It seems that many bookmark managers allow you to assign multiple, single-level tags to each URL. Other bookmark managers allow you to organize your URLs into nested folders, but typically allow each URL to appear in only one folder. URL Union allows you to assign multiple tags to each URL, and each tag can be nested up to 10 levels deep.

  4. Intelligent import and merge capabilities. Many bookmark managers allow you to add additional bookmarks to a central file via an import function, but simply add the new bookmarks to your existing list. URL Union will allow only one record for each unique URL, and will intelligently merge duplicates when they are added via an import.

  5. Import from multiple sources. URL Union supports import capabilities for multiple file formats, essentially allowing users to import their URLs from most existing sources in which they might be stored.

  6. Export. URL Union can easily publish your URLs in the traditional Netscape bookmarks format, which can be imported by almost any Web browser or other URL manager.

Screen Shot

URL Union Screen Shot

Source

URL Union is open source software. Source code is available on GitHub.

Final Release Version

The final release of URL Union version 2.00 is available for downloading.

Version History

See the Version History page for recent enhancements to URL Union.

User Guide

The complete URL Union User Guide is available on our web site.


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